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Lending a helping hand

Editor; While the Pollution Solution Group was removing trash from the beach at Jomtien, two lovely Thai girls also started to help....

WWM provide funds for accommodation for people with disabilities.

Women With a Mission present a donation to the Father Ray Foundation on behalf of Hankyu Hanshin Express Thailand Co., Ltd. The...

GIS holds Slave Auction to help raise funds for the...

On Friday October 8, the GIS (Garden International School) Student Council team organized a slave auction during the school’s lunch time. The purpose...

Baht begins to move steadily, says BoT

The baht has begun to hold still and move up and down in a more regular manner, according to the Bank of Thailand...

Singaporeans cautious with bookings to Thailand and Indonesia

Floods in parts of Thailand and Indonesia’s earthquake, tsunami and volcano eruption, are expected to suppress demand out of Singapore for these destinations....

Thailand to rebuild flood hit areas

The Thailand Ministry of Tourism and Sports plans to carry out immediate restoration of tourism and sporting sites once the flood-stricken areas in...

AirAsia connects India and Thailand

Air access between Thailand and India will be given a boost with AirAsia’s scheduled launches of two new routes on December 1. The...

Air France returns to Cambodia

Air France will resume its direct Paris-Phnom Penh flight via Bangkok from March 27 next year. It last operated flights through Cambodia in...

Malaysian demand for Thailand and Indonesia holding strong

Agents selling Thai and Indonesian holidays are reporting strong year-end bookings despite recent natural disasters in both countries. Sri Sutra Travel managing director,...

Visa snags cost Europe half a million tourists annually

Over 450,000 tourists a year are deterred from travelling to Europe due to the lengthy and tedious visa application process, according to the...

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Anti-government demonstrators gather at Thammasat University, Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators showed up in front of the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University facing Sanam Luang ground while local police were present to ensure...

Heavy rain hits eastern and northeastern Thailand as storm Noul moves in

Tropical Storm Noul has caused heavy rainfalls in Thailand’s northeast as the Category 3 tropical storm made landfall in Vietnam’s Hue city early on...

Songkhla border closed, Thais in Malaysia urged to cross border in other provinces

The Malaysian authorities have recently closed Bukit Kayu Hitam border crossing temporarily, making it impossible for Thais in Malaysia to return through Sadao border...

Anti-government protesters break into campus in Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators forced their way into the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University, set up their stage in its football field and planned to move...

Brits search desperately for loopholes in Asia’s near-total ban on leisure tourism

There is no shortage of Brits, or Europeans in general, seeking the sun-kissed beaches of Thailand and Asia this winter. The problem is the...